Giddyaunts

Bwthyn Y Cathid Duon, Lon Las, Brynsiencyn, Newborough, Anglesey, LL61 6TQ

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Beach stays
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Brian and Dawn welcome you to Giddyaunts CL.

The CL is an adult's only site, situated on a quiet lane that leads down to the Menia Strait.

It take about 5 minutes at a leisurely walk to the Strait and beach area. Along the sea front is Halon Mon sea salt and the famous Sea Life Centre.

Giddyaunts has 3 fully serviced pitches with electrics and water on each pitch, all hard standing. For those members who wish to take their dogs on holiday with them, there is a dog walking area at one end of the CL.

The CL is situated only a short distance from Anglesey Sea Life Zoo and Foel Farm Park. With the site being 3 miles from Newborough, the walks through the forest to the beach provide wonderful views of Llyn Peninsula for those who enjoy outdoor hiking/walking. The CL is 20 minutes from Snowdonia. There are also less strenuous walks around the local area.

In the village there is a pub and various eating establishments.

Freshly baked Giddyaunts scones along with clotted cream and jam are available daily.

Facilities on site ...

  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)

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Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM

Latest departure time: 10:00 AM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

Lawned site

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Postcode:
LL61 6TQ
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GPS:
Lat 53.164064 / Lon -4.287731
OS field ref:
SH471654
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Nearest port: Holyhead (40 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Bangor
  • Park and ride goes to Bangor
  • Park and ride within 5 miles
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Hidden Gem

Giddyaunts
Have just stayed for a week here and as others state great welcome, manicured pitch and just three units so very quiet. A word to those planning to go though we mis read the CC arrival instructions and went left at the first Sea Zoo sign just before Brynsiencyn. You can get to the site this way but if you go through the village and turn at the sign around a couple of miles past it, the single track road is direct and wider to easier pass things. Our route had thick hedging either side and in a downpour was not ideal to meet another unit head on! Larger motorhomes may struggle with both the route and gateway in. Your map also shows another left turn before the sea zoo sign....my advice, don't even try!! I cycled that lane and the giant farm machinery I encountered was a squeeze for me and the bike! Otherwise the stroll to the foreshore was ok with views across to the Castle at Caernarfon. Biking to Newborough is main road unless you go through the lanes around Dwyran to miss it but some steep bits. Comes out at Maltraeth. You can also go up through to Llangefni on an off road path. Most supermarkets seem to be here also. Scorching weather helped a great weeks break!

TonyBack

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Reviewed on 19/07/2021 12:12

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Giddyaunts
Just arrived at giddy aunts today and we are blown away by the hospitality of Brian and Dawn along with the beautiful manicured gardens that are around the pitches, the silence is golden on the site, we are here for the week and already it is head andshoulders above any of the sites we have visited this includes a 5* site in betws-y-coed, brilliant Brian and Dawn we will definitely be coming back here

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Reviewed on 05/07/2021 20:56

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What a great little site

Giddyaunts
This is a great little site in a nice part of the Island. The site itself is simple and well laid out with plenty of space. Each pitch has its own EHU and water supply as well as a picnic bench for those sunnier days. It is well protected from the wind by trees while still being sunny enough to enjoy the warmth. A short walk down to the Menai. I shouldn’t forget to mention that you can buy homemade scones with the trimmings to take back to your motorhome, which are delicious. A great little spot for a break.

Tallbloke

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Reviewed on 09/04/2021 11:03

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Bank Holiday Weekend

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Absolutely loved this CL site. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. The site itself is immaculately kept but quite small and slightly awkwardly laid out. We didn't have a problem but if the people on the pitch next to us hadn't have left first, we may have struggled to get out of the gate with the caravan. The first 2 nights, there was a campervan on the 3rd pitch. Had we been placed on their pitch and they had been given ours, it wouldn't have been so awkward to exit, as 2 of the 3 pitches are almost opposite the gate but the other pitch (ours) was to the side at an awkward angle. However, it didn't pose a problem, as we were the last ones to leave, so had plenty of room to reverse into one of the other vacant pitches. It wouldn't put us off going again, but we might request not to be on the same pitch. Again it wouldn't be an issue if we had a motor mover, but we didn't (obviously not the owners fault). It was a bank holiday weekend and there was a bit of noise from neighbouring properties in the evenings but very peaceful during the night. Overall we would go there again and definitely recommend it to friends and family and the scones were amazing!

pinkfluffybus

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Reviewed on 31/08/2020 17:14

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A superb post lockdown break

Giddyaunts
Our first outing post lockdown and wanting somewhere quiet as I am still self isolating following major surgery we chose Giddyaunts. So glad we did. A superbly appointed CL run by a lovely couple. A big bonus is having a tap on each pitch. Planting round the site provides shelter from potential strong winds but the site itself is nice and open for the sun. Neatly cut grass with a picnic table for each pitch. Very tidy bin area with recycling. Not always the case with CL. Great access to the Menai straits for a pleasant stroll and Newborough beach a few minutes by car. Cycling through Newborough forest and across Maltraeth Marshes is traffic free, quiet and flat. Only had three nights but already planning our next visit. And I can confirm the scones are excellent!

Annieb1

Reviewed on 24/07/2020 13:03

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